BITZER Donates €150,000 to Non-Profit Causes

Company group supports work with children and young people

The Schkeuditz city government will use the donation to create new preschool spaces (f.l.) Lothar Dornbusch (mayor of Schkeuditz),  Jörg Enke (senior mayor of Schkeuditz), Christiane Schaufler-Münch and Senator h. c. Peter Schaufler (CEO of BITZER SE)
(PresseBox) ( Sindelfingen/Rottenburg/Schkeuditz, )
The BITZER Group has donated a total of €150,000 to the providers of social and non-profit organizations to promote work with children and young people.

“Children are our future – and the youth of today are the trainees and employees of tomorrow,” says Senator h. c. Peter Schaufler, explaining the Group’s commitment to young people.
That’s why the BITZER Group supports public organizations and social projects that promote creativity and personality development. The providers of various institutes near the two production facilities – Rottenburg (Ergenzingen and Hailfingen factories) and Schkeuditz – were delighted to receive financial support amounting to €150,000 for their work.
“As an internationally active and regionally headquartered company, we see it as our social responsibility to promote work with children and young people,” emphasizes Peter Schaufler, CEO and owner of BITZER SE and founder of The Schaufler Foundation, which operates the SCHAUWERK art museum in Sindelfingen. “We would like to support sustainable ideas and offer creativity the necessary financial leeway.” The donations made to organizations and social causes in the region also underline the company’s unambiguous statement about production in Germany.
Representatives of the BITZER Group Management Board symbolically handed over the donation checks to the responsible employees on location and used the opportunity to learn more about the organizations’ latest projects. Lebenshilfe Tübingen and VK Förderung von Menschen mit Behinderung are investing the money in work with children and young people, while the city of Rottenburg is using the contribution for preschool playground equipment and organization work. The Schkeuditz city government will use the donation to create new preschool spaces, and Gesamtförderverein der Sindelfinger KiTas and Deutsche Kinderschutzbund Böblingen can continue their important work thanks to the financial support.
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